Refrigerated transportation

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    4 Things Carriers Need to Monitor When Transporting Refrigerated Truck Loads in the Summer Months

4 Things Carriers Need to Monitor When Transporting Refrigerated Truck Loads in the Summer Months

Summer is just around the corner, and the National Weather Service reports 113F as yesterday’s highest temperature (in Death Valley, CA). The summer months bring a heightened need to be vigilant when it comes […]

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    Do you have reefers available? Check out the UWT Sales Team’s Hot Lanes for this week

Do you have reefers available? Check out the UWT Sales Team’s Hot Lanes for this week

Here are the UWT Sales Team’s 6 Hot Lanes for the week of May 1st:

Laredo, TX – Regina, SK
Los Angeles, CA – Regina, SK
Laredo/McAllen, TX – Calgary, AB
Salinas, CA – Calgary, AB
Tampa, FL – […]

Refrigerated Trailers – Part 1: How They Work

Most of us are aware that refrigerated trailer units are designed to remove any increased heat from product respiration, keep product temperatures stable, and control humidity by condensing the moisture that in the air. […]

How it works – Refrigerated Trailers – Part II

In a post back in February, we introduced the topic of how refer units work that outlined some facts what will help us better understand and clarify their operation.

This lead us to ask the question, […]